(a) Charges. A complaint shall
give a plain and concise description of the
allegations which constitute the basis for the
proceeding. A complaint shall be deemed sufficient
if it fairly informs the respondent of the charges
against him/her so that the respondent is able to
prepare a defense.
(b) Demand for answer. In the
complaint, or in a separate paper attached to the
complaint, notification shall be given of the
place and time within which the respondent shall
file his/her answer, which time shall not be less
than 15 days from the date of service of the
complaint, and notice shall be given that a
decision by default may be rendered against the
respondent in the event he/she fails to file an
answer as required.
Title 31 published on 2012-07-01
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